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6th March 2004, 08:02
I just discovered that my Hynobius leechii quelpartensis have laid a first eggsac. The eggs are attached to the back of a stone which lays in the path of a little waterfall I have created in that tank. They must have been laid already a while ago, since the eggs are already in a far state of development. I guess the eggs were laid in a warmer period now about 2 weeks ago, when after a cold spell (freezing) we suddenly got some unusual warmer weather.
Currently plenty of H. leechii are in the water (the parentla tank holds about 20 of those nice brown fellows). I hope they will breed more...

8th March 2004, 18:57
Congratulations, Henk! It is that time of the year after all! http://www.caudata.org/forum/clipart/biggrin.gif